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"In response to those many commonly asked ""Where can I find"" questions like:

Where can I find...
- a cue sheet for ____?
- a good bike fitter?
- the club by laws?
- River Rd hill grades?
- the details of Columbus day weekend club getaway?

a ""site map"" has been created to assist you with such queries. It provides a quick overview of what the website has to offer and perhaps satisfying the Curious Georges among us.

The site map link is provided on the left side of the home page (or for now click here).



P.S. For Mac (Apple Macintosh) users, your ""site map"" experience will be more pleasurable using a Safari web browser.

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don montalvo (not verified)
wow... guys rock!

don (who just overtook peter for third place on the activity list)

1 JP 381
2 Evan Marks 379
3 Don Montalvo 305
4 Peter O'Reilly 304

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Carol Wood (not verified)
It's beauteous!

Nice design, fellas.

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Christian Edstrom (not verified)

"Hi Peter,

Thanks for the effort on the sitemap!

I've now viewed it on a PC and a non-Safari Mac. I actually find the list-based (non-Safari) Mac format easier to use. Any chance that you can add a link within the ""fireworks"" map to the list-based format?

- Christian"

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Hank Schiffman (not verified)
nicely done

And if you can't click on the dots, you shouldn't be riding a bike.

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hal eskenazi (not verified)
site map

how cool is this map?
really great.

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Anthony Poole (not verified)
Nice site map!

I like it very much. Well done and congratulations to all involved. The sub menus ballooning out reminded me a bit of the fireworks on July 4th.

Just out of interest, do we need to change the year on our copyright statement at the bottom of the pages?

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